Digame Mallorca is a fab website, that has everything that is going on in Mallorca. Whether it be a bar, club, restaurant, activity or music gigs that you are looking for, you can find it here plus much much more. Really user friendly site. They also have a monthly free magazine you can pick up.
If you want to be in on the local secrets of Marseille then you need to check out 'My Little Marseille', it is up to the minute, latest tips on food, fashion, chilling out, partying, shopping, pampering and lots more.
I get an update every week with tips on everything from Tom the resident Rasta tailor who will turn your chosen fabric into a stylish dress (and drives a rastafarian inspired London cab) to where to go for a fish pedicure (thats little fish nibbling your feet, a massage and exfoliation treatment all in one).
Its in french sorry, but better than any printed guide book by a mile! Even if you don't read french, its only a google translate away to discover these excellent recommended secrets of Marseille.
If you want to stay in Mykonos for less than a week, the best option is to find a hotel in the town of Mykonos. Prices are most reasonable in June and late September. The hotel Pelican is a good option, just 10 minutes' walk from the centre.
+30 22890 23748
This is an online cultural review with insider info on what's going on and the best places to see in Paris - events, restaurants, bars, fashion, shops etc - written in English, equally useful for tourists on first trip to Paris to expats living in the capital (like me!)
When in Barcelona I frequently use the site of a local English language magazine there called Metropolitan. They always have up-to-date information about current exhibitions, music and clubs, dance and theatre plus they also have an excellent restaurant guide as well. Great insiders knowledge from people who have lived in the city and know the best places to go.
This is a community website run by some locals and expats. I discovered it while in Vientiane and think it's probably the best online guide to Vientiane that there is. As its run by locals, the what's on guide is very up-to-date and it shows a lot of things that only locals know about - i.e., stuff not in the Lonely Planet.
There isn't that much info available in English on Østfold and Southern Norway on the net, but this blog covers quite a bit of ground, from cool hikes to art exhibitions, recipes, architecture, shopping, news, things to see and do, and a lot more. Plus photos and videos, to bring it all to life.
This is a great website I have found which is all about Palolem Beach in Canacona, Goa, India. It lists lots of places to stay and things to do in the area. It is by far the best resource on Palolem on the internet, I highly recommend it. It even has a great forum where you can chat with people about Palolem and what they recommend, so is a must see if you are planning to visit the area.
A website for visitors that provides detailed street maps of the main Malta holiday resorts plus info on places of interest, bars, restaurants, scuba diving, car hire and much more. A comprehensive Malta guide, very user friendly and you can even ask them a Malta holiday question and they will get back to you.
This a website dedicated to self guided walks exploring the diversity of Lancashire's countryside. Through its use of digital photographs many of the routes described can be followed almost "virtually". For this reason the website will be particularly attractive to novice walkers. A theme of the website is that Lancashire's countryside is too easily overlooked because of its proximity to the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, and yet it provides wonderful walking.
When driving up the last bit (with all the bends) to Meribel the weather conditions can sometimes be a bit tricky. This website has over 21 webcams in the Meribel valley making it ideal to check the conditions up front. It is also a lot of pre-holiday fun!
They have webcams in Meribel centre, Meribel Mottaret, Meribel Village and even webcams down in the valley in Brides les Bains. Giving you a total overview. Very handy and fun!
For the benefit of the readers of this forum I would like to recommend on this website: www.restaurants.mu (Mauritius Restaurants Guide).
It is a great restaurants and bars guide for Mauritius offering up-to-date information on restaurants, bars and clubs in Mauritius (of course it is FREE).
The website is a great tool to find a restaurant, place to eat, catering service, food shops, and to find big selection of discount coupons, special promotions, restaurants tips, so check it before your arrival to Mauritius.
Hope this helps. Enjoy :-)
This area has a great vibe: very laidback and friendly and a wonderful collection of beaches from calm snorkelling beaches to great surfing spots. Superb choice of accommodations and restaurants too. The website www.PuertoViejoSatellite.com has the most comprehensive information source for the area with info on transport, hotel, activity and more.
Send your feedback or queries to firstname.lastname@example.org